Fast Forward
[CD - R : Released June 2008 : Northern Echo Recordings]
 
Fast Forward (2008)

Our prodigious output, around thirty titles in fifteen years, leads inevitably to the "where do we start?" so often fed back to us. Well, now there's an answer. Here are extracts from each of the titles released to date. The selection process was quick & intuition-driven, & often doesn't strictly represent the parent album...but the newcomer can still get a reasonable idea of what to expect, & the seasoned listener can play 'spot the track.' The pieces are segued into new mixes & transitions & are not in release order; we had to take this liberty to ensure a listenable whole.

 
Tracklisting:
1. Tranche 1 (Been There, Done That / Borrowed Atoms / Planets In The Wires / Antisocial / Bothered Atmos) (13.03)
2. Tranche 2 (Diaboica / Emissaries / Burned & Frozen / Frozen North / The God Of Electricity / E-Live 2003) (14.50)
3. Tranche 3 (Walking On The Sea / A Bridge Too Far / Rain Falls In Grey / Zabriskie Point) (10.07)
4. Tranche 4 (Organ Harvest / Lost In Space / Septentrional / October Gallery Redux / Greenhousing / Startide / Blacker) (18:49)
5. Tranche 5 (Upstairs Downstairs / Knutsford In May / Republic / Maelstrom / Gulf / People Would Really Like Spacerock If They Would Only Give It A Try / Hog Wild / Solid States) (21.45)

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Full-Length MP3s:
Tranche 1
Tranche 2
Tranche 3
Tranche 4
Tranche 5

Do Electric Sheep Dream Of Space Rock?

 
This hour long collage of Radio Massacre International material consists of previously unreleased material from various sessions between 2003-15, and might be seen as their version of `The Faust Tapes' in its construction. Endlessly fascinating, playing as a continuous suite, it is an unpredictable journey through many of the places RMI have found themselves in whilst working and improvising together.


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